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Ireland Live at the Brits with U2...
Check out ShowBizIreland.com this Monday night
for Live coverage of the Brit Awards from London's
Earls' Court with Irish acts U2, Ronan Keating,
Samantha Mumba, Westlife and Moloko
all appearing. The Grammy's yesterday belonged
to the Irish music gods U2, who won three Awards at
the Los Angeles ceremony.
Irish group won best rock performance, best song and
record of the year for their single, Beautiful
Day, prompting frontman Bono to call the
band "the best in the world. This is our night,"
he said as he accepted the record of the year Grammy.
"It is a very unusual emotion I am feeling. I
think it is called humility. It's
been a humbling year, filling in the job application.
What job? The best band in the world."
However, the U2 star was not in good form before the
awards in LA when he launched a furious attack on
British Airways at rehearsals for the Grammy
Awards - blaming them for ruining his voice according
to reports in the Sun newspaper. The singer
stunned guests at the soundcheck for the LA bash with
a foul-mouthed rant against the airline. He said BA
had destroyed his vocals by not having a humidifier
on his flight. He spat: "I'm sorry that my voice is
so sh*te but it's all down to British f***ing Airways.
They didn't have a humidifier and it's torn my voice
to shreds. I can only apologise to you."
band flew out on Monday and were due to perform Beautiful
Day at the bash in the early hours of this morning.
A source close to the band told the Sun "Bono's voice
sounded terribly croaky and his throat was very dry.
He was livid."
Last night a BA spokesman said: "BA were one of the
first airlines to install humidifiers but we found
that they made no difference to the comfort of our
passengers so took them out."